India, Vietnam ink defence, trade and agriculture pacts, vow to jointly work for open Indo-Pacific region
India and Vietnam on Saturday inked three pacts, including one on nuclear cooperation, and resolved to jointly work for an open Indo-Pacific, while calling for a rules-based regional architecture
Brian Parrott from the Canadian High Commission and Cameco President James A. Dovchuk — met Minister of State for Atomic Energy and Space Jitendra Singh.
India and Japan may enhance their cooperation in non-energy areas of the nuclear sector, a senior government official said on Wednesday.
India, Russia sign three contracts, to begin work on units 5 and 6 of Kudankulam nuclear power plant
India and Russia have signed contracts for priority design works and supply of main equipment for units 5 and 6 of the Kudankulam nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu
A landmark civil nuclear cooperation deal between India and Japan that provides for collaboration between their industries in the field came into force on Thursday, eight months after it was sealed
Macron has pledged to cut France's reliance on nuclear energy to 50 percent of its total electricity needs by 2025, from about 75 percent now.
India needs to "re-think" its energy policies and say no to nuclear power, Greenpeace India said on Tuesday after the NGO released a report highlighting high radiation levels in Fukushima in Japan.
The second 1,000 MW atomic power reactor at the Kundankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) in Tamil Nadu has attained its maximum capacity, the Russian builders announced on Sunday.
Days after Vietnam stalled its plans to build nuclear power plants citing safety concerns, a nuclear expert in India says overall nuclear power is likely to expand in Asian countries.
Iran, once an international outcast due to its controversial nuclear programme, has expressed hope it can work in tandem with India to enhance nuclear safety and knowledge management in the region to prevent "accidents".
Last year's nuclear deal has removed for now the threat of a US-Iranian military confrontation. But the deal rests on shaky ground.
A majority of countries on a UN-mandated panel on Saturday called on the UN General Assembly to consider launching multilateral negotiations on nuclear disarmament, voting in a process that has been boycotted by the world's nuclear-armed powers.
After numerous protests and fears in a post-Fukushima world, the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) attained criticality last month
The ministry of external affairs (MEA) in a press release, issued on Friday said that “discussions on expansion of membership, or what is called 'participation' in NSG, were certainly not hypothetical.”
If everything goes well, the much-discussed Civilian Nuclear Cooperation Agreement of 2005 between India and the Unites States will take some concrete shape by 2017
Nuclear Security Summit: We should consider policy and not just the technicalities of nuclear weapons, energy, and commerce
Such double standards weaken the nuclear regime that will find a challenger in every Iran and North Korea when their geopolitical situation demands it.
Three former Japanese utility executives were formally charged on Monday with negligence in the Fukushima nuclear disaster, becoming the first officials from the company to face a criminal trial.
With India hoping to follow China in its rapid and mammoth nuclear power expansion, it merits consideration whether such an expensive yet foundational project is feasible
The situation sounds asinine, that even the government can't invest in itself, but it is emblematic of highly restrictive laws on nuclear activity in India.
India on Saturday inked an MoU with Japan on civil nuclear energy and announced that the deal was not just about commerce and clean energy but also a sign of mutual confidence and partnership for a secure world.